NEW MEXICO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INSTITUTE: COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES OFFICE SANTA ROSA

Organization Name: NEW MEXICO BEHAVIORAL HEALTH INSTITUTE
Address: 801 Fourth Street
Santa Rosa, NM 88435
Phone: 575-472-3068
Fax: 575-472-3768
Services Provided: The New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute is the only state owned and operated psychiatric hospital in New Mexico. NMBHI is made up of five clinical divisions serving a range of public needs. Each division is separately licensed and has its own unique admission criteria. The Mos familiar is the inpatient care we offer adult psychiatric patients. We provide psychiatric services on six units, serving approximately 1000 admissions each year. Our adolescent program is dedicated to treating adolescent sex offenders. Our forensic division offers competency evaluation and treatment for adult patients who have allegedly committed a felony. We also provide treatment for adult sex offenders. NMBHI is a major regional licensed long-term nursing care provider for elderly and disabled residents. NMBHI is CMS certified, accredited by The Joint Commission TJC and provides specialty services for dementia care in both elderly and younger residents.Outreach services are gaining a whole new meaning at NMBHI with the advent of telemedicine. With this technology we are able to assess patients who are in other parts of the state or provide consultation to healthcare providers in those regions.In addition, NMBHI offers community based services though a comprehensive community mental health agency that offers many individual programs.

Case/Care Management
Clinical Psychiatric Evaluation
Family Counseling
Group Counseling
Hospitals
Independent Living Skills Instruction
Individual Counseling
Inpatient Mental Health Facilities
Intermediate Care Facilities
Mental Health
Outpatient Mental Health Facilities
Psychiatric Inpatient Units
Psychological Testing
Semi-Independent Living Residences for Adults with Disabilities
Skilled Nursing Facilities
State Institutions for Individuals With Developmental Disabilities
Transitional Mental Health Services
Original Source: University of New Mexico, Center for Development and Disability
Last Updated: 9/4/2019